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Jobmatch Employment Agency is a Disability Employment Service (DES) assisting people with a disability, illness or injury into employment. Jobmatch is a not for profit organisation which provides a free and confidential service to both jobseekers and employers.

The organisation operates under the direction of a Board of Management, which is made up of local community members and receives funding from the Department of Social Services (DSS)

Jobmatch Employment Agency is proud to have been servicing the Gympie, Cooloola and SOUTH Burnett Regions since 1992.

Disability and Indigenous Employment Strategy

Jobmatch Employment is committed to the Australian Governments’ social inclusion agenda and in particular seeks to improve employment participation opportunities for people with disabilities and Indigenous Australians.

According to current statistics almost 20% of all unemployed people receiving income support have a disability ( It is also recognised that the incidence of disability increases with age and as a result the proportion of unemployed people with a disability is expected to continue to increase.

It is also recognised that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are the most disadvantaged identifiable group within the Australian society and are significantly under-represented in the Australian workforce.

To this end, Jobmatch Employment has developed its Disability Employment Strategy and Indigenous Employment Strategy to support the employing and retaining of Indigenous Australians and people with disabilities including within the organisation. These documents are available on request from the Jobmatch Office.


ISO 9001 - Quality Management systems  addresses various aspects of quality management and systems, containing some of the ISO's best known standards.  ISO 9001 and the 'Quality Approved Organisation' certifications are provided by accredited auditing and certification body International Standards Certifications (ISC)

National Standards for Disability Services - The standards reflect practices which place people with a disability at the centre of their decision making and choice about their serivce and supports. All disability employment services must meet the requirements of the independent quality assurance system to receive funding from the Australian Government

  • Rights
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  • Individual Outcomes
  • Feedback and Complaints
  • Service Access
  • Service Management.